Dehumanization of humankind: This practice of objectification is causing serious damage.
In our time we, the modern people, are becoming a lot more interested in things and nonliving objects.
Then whatever is alive and natural.
We are turning everything into objects, be it concrete or abstract.
This objectification does not exclude even our friends and family.
Our obsession with machines and gadgets has reached the level where the trees, the rivers, the sky.
One of them can draw our attention any longer like they once did. When at home, after a long day.
We now prefer to look at our phones instead of talking to our parents or family members.
Scrolling on social media, looking at pictures and videos of other people.
Which hardly represent who those people are — seems more appealing to us than the living beings.
When on a tour, the natural sight of the mountain or the sea fails to satisfy us.
The pristine beauty of nature cannot prevent us from succumbing to our constant urge to bring out.
Cameras and spend our precious time taking pictures instead of enjoying the scenery with our own eyes.
We choose to see nature through the camera lens.
Our interest is in transforming the beauty of nature into an object called a picture.
So that we can show them to others as evidence of our being there.
The pictures and videos have become more likely to win our primary attention instead of the subjects.
Our enthusiasm for robots knows no limits, and we are researching assiduously.
So that robots become more humane, ironically; not realizing that this entire process of humanizing.
Robots itself is mechanizing us, humans, and turning us into automatons.
We are trying our best to make robots of other animals as well, although, at the same time.
Blood and flesh roamed on this planet for thousands of years to go extinct, for instance, the tigers.
All of these are taking place at the expense of mother nature and all her children, all that lives.
Our passion for lifelessness has grown much stronger than our passion for life.
Very recently, Swiss photographer René Robert died a tragic death of hypothermia on a street in Paris.
He lay on the street for nine long hours, but nobody cared.
People would certainly have noticed if it had been an iPhone 13 Pro Max, perhaps.
The modern-day civilized automatons are indifferent to life but attracted to machines like magnets.